Find out more about Camping Venezia Village, located near San Giuliano Park, nightclubs and shopping centres of Venice.
San Giuliano Park
The 74-hectare San Giuliano Park is the 19th largest park in the world, directly overlooking the Venice lagoon. Many of the biggest events in the area, such as the Venice Marathon, are held here. The park borders on our campsite and can be reached by taking a nice 1 km long walk.
From Camping Venezia you can easily reach the beaches of Lido di Venezia by Vaporetto (water taxi) or go to Jesolo by car in just 30 minutes.
Lido di Venezia
The Lido di Venezia is an island that faces directly the city of Venice. Its golden beach is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. It is also home of the Venice International Film Festival.
Take the public bus number 5 or 19 (the bus stop is in front of our campsite), get off at Venice Piazzale Roma and from there take the Vaporetto to the beach (30 minutes by boat).
Jesolo is a cheerful seaside resort, very popular during the summer with anyone who comes to visit Venice and wants to have a beach holiday.
To get to the beaches of this famous tourist town just take the bus that passes right in front of our campsite. The trip takes about 45 minutes.
Island of Pellestrina - Oasi Ca'Roman
Very few tourists know of the existence of this unspoilt island at the far end of which you can visit the natural oasis of Ca 'Roman (opposite the city of Chioggia) directly on the sea.
There are no hotels, much less campsites, only room rentals, some restaurants, some taverns, farmhouses and ice cream parlours.
It is an island of fishermen and once landed it will seem like you are catapulted back in time: there is no frenzy at all, only the expanse of sea on the one hand and the lagoon on the other.

How to get there
From our campsite take bus number 5 or 19, get off at Piazzale Roma and take the Vaporetto to the Lido di Venezia. From the Lido di Venezia take bus no. 11 to Chioggia which will take you directly to Pellestrina. From Lido di Venezia you can also rent a bike and go to the end of the island (the alberoni), load the bike on the ferry and arrive in Pellestrina.
We also recommend as an alternative to load your bikes in the car, park it in the parking lot of Venice and load your bikes in the ferry to LIDO (the docking station is behind the parking lot).
Shopping Centres
From our campsite take bus number 15 and get off at the train station in Mestre. Go underneath the station to the "Marghera" side and take bus number 13.

Walk for 10 minutes in the direction of the San Giuliano park and turn right into Viale Vespucci. Take bus number 24H and get off at the penultimate stop (about 40 minutes).

Shuttle service from Venice P. le Tronchetto (in front of People Mover arrival) direct to Noventa di Piave Designer Outlet
  • Capannina
  • Muretto
  • King’s
  • Vanilla
  • Molo 5
  • Disco Eden
  • Hard Rock Cafè
  • Carnival
  • Easter in Venice
  • Vogalonga
  • Biennale
  • Festa del Redentore
  • Film Festival
  • Historical Regatta
  • The Venice Marathon
  • Festa della Madonna della salute
  • New Year's Eve with dinner at camping Venezia
Acqualandia - Jesolo Lido
Ask at the reception of the village for your FAMILY DISCOUNT and hurry up to enjoy yourself at this great water park.
Tours - Excursions
The Camping Venezia Village is the ideal starting point for excursions to Venice and the Veneto region. Here are some of the tours that we offer.

Tour of the islands of the lagoon
Book this tour of the Vidali Group directly at the reception, you will visit the following islands of the lagoon: Murano, Burano and Torcello all while avoiding the queues on the Vaporettos. Boat tours start directly from Piazzale Roma or Piazza San Marco.
Adults € 20
Children € 10 (up to 10 years)

Tel: 3394651532

Gondola Tour
The classic and timeless gondola ride in Venice. The Gondola Serenade tour also include a romantic musical accompaniment.
Crown your stay in Venice with a unique and unforgettable experience.

Tel: 0039 0412727820

Kayaking through Venice
If you love sport then kayaking is definitely an activity not to be missed. A half-day visit to Venice is offered, with a 2-and-a-half hour paddle tour of at least 8-10 km.
Discover the city from this unique perspective, within in the canals and on the water.

Cell: +39 346 477 1327
E-mail info@venicekayak.cit

Battelli of the Brenta
Book a mini-cruise on a classic boat, also known as Burchiello, to comfortably visit the Venetian Villas of the Riviera del Brenta.
In addition to the boat trip, you can go ashore to visit some of the most beautiful villas in person accompanied by a professional guide.

Tel: + 39 049 8760233
Fax: + 39 049 8763410
Bicycle excursions
Cycle route over the islands of Venice
Lido di Venezia, Malamocco, Pellestrina. This easy-going excursion allows you to enjoy an unforgettable experience thanks to the happy combination of cycling, the sea and the lagoon.

The Hemingway cycle route
Caorle, Concordia Sagittaria, Vallevecchia, Bibione. The route winds through the countryside along the High Adriatic coast and offers a visit to the picturesque old town of Caorle, an ancient medieval fishing village with picturesque pastel-coloured houses.

Chioggia cycle route
Chioggia, Sottomarina, Isola Verde, Cavanella d´Adige. An evocative itinerary that unfolds between the river and the lagoon, between a natural reserve of Mediterranean vegetation and land cultivated with local products.

Northern Lagoon of Venice cycle route
This excursion crosses a peninsula rich in history, traditions and nature, from Punta Sabbioni to the river Sile. The beaches are still partly wild and surrounded by fragrant pine forests, the lagoon landscapes are populated by many species of birds, the vegetable gardens and fishing areas offer a wide range of products from zero kilometres.

Beach Cycle Route
This excursion allows you to discover the characteristics of a territory defined by a happy combination of elements of water: the lagoon, the sea, the rivers and canals, which gently cross and blend with the warm and enveloping colours of the countryside.
Itinerary: Venice in 3 days
Itineraries for Venice
The city of Venice is composed of 6 districts: San Marco, Castello, Cannaregio, San Polo, Santa Croce, Dorsoduro plus the islands of Murano, Burano, Torcello and other smaller ones.
We recommend a 3-day program to visit the most beautiful and famous sites of the city and the lagoon.

Day 1
Visit of the Rialto Bridge and St. Mark's Square. From Piazzale Roma, the bus terminal, walk towards the railway station and from there follow the signs for Rialto or S. Marco. The two destinations are reachable in 30-40 minutes. On St. Mark's Square, you can visit the Doge's Palace with its prisons, St. Mark's Basilica and the Bridge of Sighs.
If you do not want to walk but rather admire the Grand Canal, you can take the Vaporetto from Piazzale Roma (number 2) and get off at the stops called "Rialto" or "San Marco". This journey will also take you about 30-40 minutes.
Returning from St Mark's Square on foot and before arriving at Piazzale Roma, you can stop and visit the Jewish Ghetto with its synagogues.

Day 2
The second day is devoted to visiting the magnificent islands of the Venetian lagoon:
  • Murano, the island of the master glassmakers
  • Burano, the island of colourful houses and lace
  • Torcello
All these destinations can be easily reached by taking a vaporetto from Venice Piazzale Roma.

Day 3
It is possible to visit more hidden side of Venice with less travelled but equally beautiful itineraries, such as Lido Di Venezia, home of the Film Festival, the island of San Lazzaro degli Armeni, the Church of Madonna della Salute, the Gondola factory or the arsenal where the ships have been built since ancient times.
It is also possible to visit the island of Giudecca with the church of the Redeemer, home of the Stucky mill and the most famous hotel on the island, the Cipriani.

Unusual Venice
If you want to leave the usual routes you can have a look at the Vere da Pozzo, which are authentic rainwater wells used by Venetians since 1400. You can find them in different courtyards or wells; the most famous well is perhaps in the courtyard of Ca D´oro.

Religious Venice
As already mentioned, you can visit the Jewish ghetto. The Armenian fathers inhabit the island of San Lazzaro degli Armeni, here you can visit their museum and buy jam made with rose petals. The Evangelical Lutheran church is located in the camp of the Holy Apostles, and includes a gospel choir. Finally, there is a large community of Greek Orthodox believe that lives close to the church of St. George.

Secret Venice
The secret itinerary of the Doge's Palace winds along some of the rooms where, in the centuries of the Serenissima, sensitive and significant activities relating to the administration of the State and the exercise of power took place. They offer a fascinating and intriguing starting point for reflection on the civil and political history of the city, its organization, and its structures of justice. Visits by appointment only: call centre 848082000 or ONLY when calling from abroad +39 041 42730892.

Explore the Veneto
From our campsite you can also visit the other beautiful places the Veneto has to offer; easily reachable in a day: Treviso the land of Prosecco and Radicchio Rosso, Padua and its Basilica Del Santo, Vicenza with its villas, Verona and Lake Garda, Cortina D´Ampezzo is an authentic pearl of the Alps.

Useful tips for Venice
Here are some tips on how to best visit the city:
If you do not want to visit any of the other islands, we suggest that you wander around Venice on foot, which means you only have to buy a bus ticket at our reception desk. However, it should be noted that a tour of the Grand Canal with the Vaporetto is a must. In order to save money you could go on foot from Piazzale Roma to S. Marco and then return by Vaporetto so you only need to by a one-way ticket.
On the other hand, if you use the Vaporetto for more than two routes or you are staying for several days, we recommend that you buy timed tickets for one day or longer. Such tickets cover both buses and Vaporettos and can be purchased directly at our reception.

What should one eat in Venice?
We suggest to stop in on of the various taverns and small typical bars scattered throughout Venice (especially in Campo S. Margherita), where you can eat the famous "cicchetti", or bread with cod, cold cuts, eggs, mayonnaise. Always accompanied by a glass of prosecco or a spritz, a typical Venetian drink composed of Aperol and prosecco. Also not to be missed are the sardines in Saor or a good spaghetti with cuttlefish ink.

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Reaching the historic centre of Venice or the Piazzale Roma (bus terminal) from our campsite is truly straightforward.

There is a bus stop just 100 metres from the campsite and you can purchase tickets directly at the reception. The direct buses are number 5 and 19.

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Camping Venezia Village
Via Orlanda, 8/C
30170 Mestre
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